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This motorized offset printer makes fast work of printing specs and manufacturing information on batches of pre-cut pipe or conduit. To begin, a rubber die with the message to be printed is loaded onto the die wheel and ink is added to the reservoir. Turn on the motor and set to the desired print speed.

Individual pipes are positioned by the operator to pass underneath the print wheel. Once a pipe makes contact with the print wheel, the rubber wheels pull it through the printing area. Large batches can be printed in very little time with this automated printer. Use removeable liners in the ink reservoir for easy color changes.

sample printing on pipe
printing station for cut pipe and conduit
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